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Lost your phone? Don't lose your money too!

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It has come to our attention that a geolocation service is advertising “Locate a mobile in 2 Min” and “Locate any mobile Now”.

But this is not always possible. This location service will only work if the link is accepted by a recipient using that phone number.

The Terms and Conditions (fine print) explains in point 3 “Payment does not guarantee geolocation, since in case the person is missing, the mobile has been stolen, the device is turned off or the think sent through the text message has not been accepted, your GPS position could not be located.”

Lost your phone? Don't lose your money too!


Phishing Scams

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Have you received any odd text messages or emails lately?

Perhaps from another financial institution you don’t bank with? This is a common example of a Phishing Scam.
Phishing Scams often impersonate legitimate businesses such banks, supermarkets, telephone & internet service providers.

Phishing scams attempt to trick you into giving out your personal information such as your bank account details, credit card numbers, and/ or passwords.

You may be contacted by email, social media, phone call, or text message.
This is a reminder to be cautious of unknown communications you receive, never click links or ring the details provided.

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Our Opening Times

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Dear Members,

A reminder that we are still open to assist you Monday 9:00am to 5:00pm, Tuesday’s 9:30am to 5:00pm and Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm, as normal. However we do ask that everyone who visits out branch in person abides by our Social Distancing Measures. This includes our 4 person limit inside the branch. For the safety of everyone, please do not bring other visitors with you if they do not have urgent banking needs to attend to.


PayWave/ Tap transaction limits increased to reduce transmission of COVID-19

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To help reduce risk of COVID-19 transmission, the Australian Payments Network (AusPayNet) have increased Contactless card PIN limits from $100 to $200.
The contactless PIN limit has been temporarily doubled to reduce instances of physical contact with PIN keypads.
Australians are being urged to stay home unless shopping for necessities to help stop the spread of Covid19. As a result many are reducing the number of times a week they shop and spending more in single transactions instead. The new $200 limit will assist to accommodate for this new trend in consumer behaviour.
The $200 Contactless PIN limit will be applied from Monday 6 April, on a 3 month temporary basis, unless an extension is deemed necessary.
During the roll out phase you may still be asked for a PIN if your balance is over $100. If this occurs simply enter your PIN as normal to proceed.

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